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On 10/18/2010 08:57 PM, Paul A Norman wrote:

I really liek you trying to help - but please is it worth defending
the indefensible?

For a memeber of the public would they ever guess that "Contriubte"
means "Help Availabel Here"

I thought you were implying that you couldn't get to the mailing lists from the front page, and I was pointing out that you can. I understand you don't like the website. It's already been mentioned on the list that "contribute" is probably not the best link label for leading to the mailing lists. The way things improve is by having a constructive idea or volunteering to take responsibility for improving some aspect that you think can be improved.


Don't defend community actions when they are wrong, or you will all
end up in a dead end.


On 19 October 2010 16:26, Jon Hamkins<>  wrote:
On 10/18/2010 08:11 PM, Paul A Norman wrote:

Hidden under Contribute on their current front paghe they ahve weay
down some where some lists - who knows there might even be a more
appropriate list.

I was told off for trying to report a fault in the beta 2 here and
told to go to the User's Help list as if I could have found that by
myself from their front page?

Yes, click on "contribute" from the front page of the TDF website, and all
the mailing lists are listed there, including the users list. (Perhaps it
didn't used to be so, when you last looked.)


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